The platform said that “suspicious activity" that its Sentry workforce found and examined in conjunction with Ukraine’s Cyber Police brought about the identification and detention of a purported cybercriminal group behind alleged ransomware activities and laundering of over $42 million in digital currencies during the past two years.
“We strongly believe that continued collaboration such as this will be a driving force in boosting cryptocurrency adoption and improving the image of the greater crypto space,” Binance said in the statement.
Early this year, Binance said it bolstered resources to take a more in-depth look at the possible ways in which so-called Bulletproof Exchangers were laundering money via the digital currency market. The firm indicated that Bulletproof Exchangers are renowned for lax anti-money laundering (AML) and know-your-customer (KYC) procedures.
The joint effort began in July with data integration from the Gemport and Gebze terminals to the technology, which is based on blockchain.
TradeLens is a digital shipping technology fueled by blockchain infrastructure made by IBM and A.P. Moller - Maersk together.
Communications are handled through application programming interface (API) exchanges. Six primary messages are functioning between TradeLens and YILPORT and include “gate out,” “gate in,” “vessel discharge,” “vessel load,” “actual discharge date list,” and “actual load date list.” The aim is to supplant the data exchange methods of the past with almost instantaneous flows.
“By working with TradeLens, YILPORT Holding will accelerate the digitization of global trade for importers and exporters across our network,” YILPORT Holding Chief Information Officer Mark Wootton said. “Modernizing the processes through which logistics operates is critical to building more robust and efficient supply chains which will help with economic development and value creation for all parties.”